Monthly Archives: April 2015

Positivity: Editor Jesse Averna on Evolving Your Career

Editor Jesse Averna is the quintessential lifelong film lover, starting in eighth grade when he got his hands on a camcorder. After spending high school working late into the night on video projects (VHS to VHS of course) and talking … Continue reading

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The Introvert’s Guide to NAB

This year will be my 4th time attending the NAB Show in Vegas. Every time (after the first year), I’ve figured I had read and documented everything anyone would ever need to know to get the most out of the … Continue reading

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Cutting Grand Budapest Hotel:Oscar-Nom Editor Barney Pilling

I talked to editor Barney Pilling about his Oscar nominated work on Grand Budapest Hotel and working with Wes Anderson. Wes Anderson’s Oscar-winning film The Grand Budapest Hotel is an adventure that crosses multiple time periods (depicted by aspect ratio) while maintaining … Continue reading

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Fitness in Post: Using Community to Make Post Healthy

I interviewed editor Zack Arnold (Empire, Burn Notice) about his Fitness in Post initiative to make post production pros happier and healthier. “Fitness in post”: it sounds like an oxymoron at first. Spending twelve hours a day hunched over a … Continue reading

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